Monday, February 25, 2013

UPDATE: Waiting on Wednesday: The Redemption of Callie and Kayden

So I noticed a CRAPTON of people viewed my Waiting on Wednesday post about the Redemption of Callie and Kayden, so I really had to post an update on it. It's definitely not being released when I originally hoped (this Thursday). Jessica Sorenson's Blog has no release date posted as of yet, but there are rumors swirling that it won't be until February of next year. Normally, I wouldn't really make a whole new post about it, but so many people checked this out that I really wanted to make sure I wasn't getting people's hopes up. Below is the original post. Thanks and sorry you guys!!

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

This week's choice is:

The Redemption of Callie and Kayden (The Coincidence #2) 
by Jessica Sorenson
Release Date: 2/28/13


(There's no cover yet, so I'm using a banner pic from the first book)

 Here's a teaser Jessica Sorenson posted on her Blog:

I want to breathe.

I want to feel alive again.

I don’t want to feel the pain.

I want it all back, but it’s gone.

I hear every sound, every laugh, every cry. People move around me frantically, but I can’t take my eyes off the sliding glass doors. There’s a violent storm outside and rain is hammering down against the concrete, dirt, and dry leaves. Sirens flash as ambulances roll up under the port.

My stomach is empty, my heart is hurting, and I can’t move.

“Callie,” Seth says. “Callie, look at me.”

I blink my gaze off the door and stare into his brown eyes filled with worry.

He takes my hand in his, his skin warm and comforting. “He’s going to be okay.”

I stare at him, trying not to cry, because I know I’m stronger than that. “Okay.”

He lets out a slow sigh and pats my hand.  “You know what, I’m going to go see if he can have visitors yet.” He gets up from the chair and walks across the packed waiting room to the receptionist desk.

He’ll be alright.

He has to be.
Deep down, I know that’s not true. His wounds and breaks may heal on the outside and cover with scars. On the inside the healing will take longer and I wonder what Kayden will be like when I see him again—who he’ll be. 

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